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DIAGNOSIS OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HIPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) IN GIFTED CHILDREN

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ADHD diagnosis is different in normal intelligent students from gifted students. It is important to know that ADHD is not a problem of inattention but it is a problem with the self-control of attention.


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School based client consultation

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Helping Traumatized Children Learn

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Publications & Articles

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A 2004 Summary Report of the World Health Organization, Department of
Mental Health and Substance Abuse in collaboration with the Prevention
Research Centre of the Universities of Nijmegen and Maastricht


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Health-promoting schools:a resource for developing indicators

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This book outlines the role of schools in health promotion and is
addressing education and health professionals, researchers and students
concerned with the health and well-being of children and young people
in schools. It is based on contributions from a wide range of experts
from health-promoting school programmes, including the authors Vivian
Barnekow, Goof Buijs, Stephen Clift, Bjarne Bruun Jensen, Peter Paulus,
David Rivett & Ian Young.


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Children at Risk Childhood Determinants of Adult Psychiatric Disorder

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Mental ill-health brings immense suffering to individuals and families, and has a huge impact on the community; estimates suggest that it is responsible for a quarter of the total 'population burden of disease', and costs 3-4 % of GDP in the EU, through lost productivity, care costs, and welfare support.


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Publications & Articles

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Health Evidence Network (HEN) synthesis report seeking to determine the effectiveness of health promotion in schools and the effectiveness of the “health promoting schools” approach by Stewart-Brown S., Copenhagen, WHO Regional Office for Europe

http://www.euro.who.int/document/e88185.pdf


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